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LA passes ordinance to raise parking fines
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Los Angeles City Council passed an ordinance raising parking fines by $5 on Tuesday.
The increase brings most fines to $58. Late penalties increase by $10, bringing most of those fines to $136. Second late penalty fines also increase by $10, raising most fines to $141.
The ordinance is part of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's budget to deal with the city's deficit. He plans to hire 50 more part-time parking enforcement officers to enforce the ordinance.
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